Kerry Washington and Scandal may be the hottest thing since sliced bread but personal development coach Francesca Hogi has a few choice words for Olivia Pope. Speaking to her as a friend, Hogi offers six pieces of advice that we'd offer a real friend who was in the same predicament. So listen up, Olivia!
Helen Fisher, “Anatomy of Love and The Sex Contract.,” is required reading in many graduate programs for future Marriage and Family Therapists. Helen Fisher is a Biological Anthropologist who has studied the human brain in love. Some of her findings indicate that we are genetically predisposed in certain ways depending upon whether we were born female or male, and that chemistry does, in fact, play an important role.
These words, this belief, are the biggest relationship buster I hear in my office. If a wife cheats, if a husband is cross-dressing, if a child is using drugs – those who are affected by someone else’s behavior personalize it. They believe that the other person is doing something to harm them, to piss them off, or to otherwise inconvenience them. There is the expectation, unrealistic as it may be, that “If you love me, you will (or won’t) do …………”
Have you seen our first lady lately? The White House must be treating her well because she is looking superb. We love our first lady Michelle Obama ... not just because she is the hottest first lady ever, but also because she has her husband's back.
Continued from episode 6 First thing he asked; how was your last night? I saw Claire walking towards us and started feeling a little fidgety. Claire smiled and said good morning as if nothing happened. I had a sigh of relief and we started our day in the office. I was sipping my coffee and thinking why I am becoming an emotion fool; why can't I behave like a normal guy who can have good time with girls. Text on my mobile took me out of my thoughts and Claire sent a sorry and sad smiley.
BIG LOVE. The LOVE of a lifetime. The kind of love that’ll make your sunny days brighter and will make your gray days warmer- forever. I wish that for you. I WANT that for you. I wouldn’t be spending hours and hours and days and days- writing these articles, writing my book, doing our Love Breakthrough Telecourse and Love Breakthrough Weekend Program workshops if I didn’
Okay, I know that being “reluctantly single” is not fun. I know that it gets lonely sometimes. And frustrating. And it seems like there just aren’t enough good single, heterosexual men in your area that you happen to live in. Sometimes you wonder if you’ll ever find your true love. Then you worry that if you DO find him, you’ll lose yourself in the relationship, or he’ll leave you, or die, or something awful will happen, like your heart will get broken- again.
Do you feel like a sensual Love Empress who knows how to captivate men and leave them hungry for more of your heavenly attention? Isn’t there something in Angelina Jolie’s eyes and smile that just screams, “I feel you looking at me, and Baby, your attention warms my heart and soul and turns me on in deliciously sexy ways.” No? Maybe it’s just me.
Body language reveals our true feelings, and your relationship partner has no trouble with picking up on this physical queue. But what does your body language say while you are sleep? Are there sleeping positions that will excite the man of your dreams? In sleep, we are our most honest, vulnerable selves and certain sleep positions can immediately evoke sensual thoughts and pleasures.
The only real relationship I've ever had ended badly after nine years. The hurt I felt after the divorce was the most painful experience I've ever had. My biggest mistake was telling myself I'd never fall in love again—and all the decisions I made when I finally did start a new relationship 10 years later.